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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your headset wires are the antenna of your phone... be sure to let it loose freely to avoid the frequency fading... dont fold it...
Posted on Oct 29, 2007
SOURCE: MH z
1.9GHz for the PCS Data communications and the 800MHz Band for CDMA Voice Communications. It's likely the 800MHz repeater will function for this phone, provided it is intended as a mobile phone repeater. The data functionality (web, email, mms, etc.) may be limited still, but my guess is that if you are in an area that requires a repeater, you may have limited or no PCS data service anyhow.
Posted on Nov 27, 2007
SOURCE: Radio set up on samsung j700
FM radio works the same way that AM radio works. The difference is in how the carrier wave is modulated, or altered. With AM radio, the amplitude, or overall strength, of the signal is varied to incorporate the sound information. With FM, the frequency (the number of times each second that the current changes direction) of the carrier signal is varied.
FM signals have a great advantage over AM signals. Both signals are susceptible to slight changes in amplitude. With an AM broadcast, these changes result in static. With an FM broadcast, slight changes in amplitude don't matter -- since the audio signal is conveyed through changes in frequency, the FM receiver can just ignore changes in amplitude. The result: no static at all.
For sellecting frenquencies, go to radio, options, set frequency and search...
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
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